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Don't Starve: Pocket Edition plays just like the base game on PC, adapted for touch-screen use. The game feels incredibly smooth, and nothing has changed. For touch-screen controls, it feels right for the most part. My only complaint is that dragging items into your chest is annoying because the game will think you're tapping your screen to walk someplace. Other than that, the game feels just fine for touch-screen controls! 4/5.
31 people found this review helpful
The perfect way to pass some time. (If you like DST). But the controls are a little unrefined like how your character can get (forever) stuck attacking something until you move a screen away from said target. And how you can touch things through the hud (causing you to open chests, store things in the wrong place, attack, or pick objects.) It is certainly unrefined but... I don't have a but I'm annoyed. 5 stars⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
6 people found this review helpful
I've seen this game around for years but never wanted to try it because of the animation style. However, after reluctantly giving it a try I'm sad I never played this earlier. I accustomed to the style very quickly and it has become one of my favorites. This is a fantastic survival game that is simple yet in-depth. It has a dark, spooky theme which I really enjoy, as well. It is an open world, crafting survival game that is beautifully 2D with small elements of base-building. Good luck!
49 people found this review helpful